To see some of the outcomes of previous research projects using data from the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry (AuSCR), click on any of the links below:
- Multicenter, prospective, controlled, before-and-after, quality improvement study (Stroke123) of acute stroke care, Cadilhac D et al, Stroke 50:6, June 2019.
- Stroke survivor follow-up in a national registry: lessons learnt from respondents who completed telephone interviews, Barclay-Moss K et al, International Journal of Stroke 14:2, February 2019.
- Quality of life and age following stroke, Kilkenny M et al, Aging 11(3), February 2019.
- Maximising data value and avoiding data waste: a validation study in stroke research, Kilkenny M et al, Medical Journal of Australia 210:1, January 2019.
Quality of life is poorer for patients with stroke who require an interpreter: an observational Australian registry study, Kilkenny M et al, Stroke, 49:3, March 2018.
Prescription of antihypertensive medication at discharge influences survival following stroke, Andrew N et al, Neurology 90(9), February 2018.
Improving quality and outcomes of stroke care in hospitals: protocol and statistical analysis plan for the Stroke123 implementation study, Cadilhac D et al, International Journal of Stroke, 13:1, January 2018.
- Weekend hospital discharge is associated with suboptimal care and outcomes: an observational Australian Stroke Clinical Registry study, Kilkenny M et al, International Journal of Stroke, October 2018.
Treatment and outcomes of working aged adults with stroke: results from a national prospective registry, Lannin N et al, Neuroepidemiology 49(3-4), December 2017.
Risk-adjusted hospital mortality rates for stroke: evidence from the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry (AuSCR), Cadilhac D et al, Medical Journal of Australia 206(8), May 2017.
Quality of acute care and long-term quality of life and survival: the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry, Cadilhac D et al, Stroke 48:4, April 2017.
- Improving discharge care: the potential of a new organisational intervention to improve discharge after hospitalisation for acute stroke, a controlled before–after pilot study, Cadilhac D et al,
Addressing the challenges of cross-jurisdictional data linkage between a national clinical quality registry and government-held health data, Andrew N et al, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 40(5), October 2016.
Better outcomes for hospitalized patients with TIA when in stroke units: an observational study, Cadilhac D et al, Neurology 86(22), 31 May 2016.
Is health-related quality of life between 90 and 180 days following stroke associated with long-term unmet needs? Andrew N, Kilkenny M, Lannin N, Cadilhac D.
National stroke registries for monitoring and improving the quality of hospital care: a systematic review, Cadilhac D, Kim J, Lannin N, Kapral M, Schwamm L, Dennis M, Norrving B, Meretoja A. International Journal of Stroke 11:1, January 2016.
Readmissions after stroke: linked data from the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry and hospital databases, Kilkenny M, Dewey H, Sundararajan V, Andrew N, Lannin N, Anderson C, Donnan G, Cadilhac D. MJA 203(2), 20 July 2015.
Using linked data to more comprehensively measure the quality of care for stroke – understanding the issues, Cadilhac D et al, Australasian Epidemiologist 20:1, May 2013.
Protocol and pilot data for establishing the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry, Cadilhac D et al, International Journal of Stroke 5:3, June 2010.